Razer made wireless versions of its most popular accessories

By Accessories, blackshark, blackshark v2, blackshark v2 pro, blacksharkv2, blacksharkv2pro, blackwidow, blackwidow v3, blackwidow v3 pro, blackwidowv3, blackwidowv3pro, bluetooth, deathadder, deathadder v2, deathadder v2 pro, deathadderv2, deathadderv2pro, engadget, gear, headset, hyperspeed, keyboard, mouse, News, razer, Wireless

Razer is moving deeper into wireless territory. It has released its first major collection of wireless gaming accessories. The lineup includes versions of some of Razer’s most popular products, namely the BlackShark V2 headset, the DeathAdder …

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Razer made a dull keyboard and mouse for working from home

By Accessories, engadget, gear, hardware, keyboard, mouse, mouse pad, mousepad, News, peripherals, pro click, pro click mouse, pro type, pro type keyboard, razer

Razer has taken a small step sideways with its latest peripherals. The company’s perhaps best known for its gaming accessories. This time around, it has built a keyboard and mouse intended for office work (or, you know, working from home, as m…

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Teenage Engineering wants you to ‘hack’ its IKEA line with 3D printing

By 3d print, 3d-printed, Accessories, diy, do it yourself, doityourself, engadget, frekvens, gadgetry, Gadgets, gear, home, ikea, Lights, speakers, Teenage Engineering

Teenage Engineering’s IKEA collection, the FREKVENS line, arrives in stores this month, and Teenage Engineering is already helping customers hack the products. The company has released free, downloadable CAD files for a handful of DIY accessories tha…

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Logitech made a $200 webcam for Apple’s $5,000 pro display

By 4k pro magnetic webcam, Accessories, engadget, gear, logitech, Mac Pro, peripherals, personal computing, personalcomputing, Pro Display XDR, webcam

Apple’s newly available Pro Display XDR promises exceptional image quality, but there’s one glaring omission for some users: there’s no webcam. You can edit video in grand style with your $5,000 monitor, but you can’t use it to hold a video chat with…

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GOAT expands into apparel and accessories

By Accessories, acne studios, app, Apparel, Business, design, engadget, Fashion, gear, goat, gucci, Internet, maison margiela, Mobile, off-white, online shopping, saint laurent, sneakers, stussy

The online sneaker marketplace GOAT is expanding into apparel and accessories. Today, it announced that it’s adding “contemporary and luxury brands,” including Acne Studios, Maison Margiela, Off-White, Stussy, Gucci and Saint Laurent.

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Apple has its own smart battery cases for iPhone XS and XR

By Accessories, apple, battery, batterycase, engadget, gear, iPhone, iphonexr, iphonexs, iphonexsmax, Mobile, smartbatterycase, smartphone

Yes, the rumors and leaks were true — Apple has a new battery case after a lengthy absence, and it appears to have learned a few lessons in the process. The Smart Battery Case for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR extends your handset’s battery to as much a…

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AT&T portable battery will charge both your Apple Watch and iPhone

By Accessories, apple, applewatch, at&t, battery, batterypack, engadget, externalbattery, fcc, gear, iPhone, Mobile, powerdrum, qi, smartphone, smartwatch, wearables, wirelesscharging

Apple’s AirPower charging mat may be a no-show, but that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck if you want a multi-device charger from a big-name brand. Entries at both the FCC and the Wireless Power Consortium have revealed that AT&T is working on th…

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Xbox Adaptive Controller first look: A new, necessary gamepad

By accessibility, Accessories, design, disability, engadget, firstlook, gadgetry, Gadgets, gaming, handson, home, Microsoft, personal computing, personalcomputing, video, windows10, xbox, xboxadaptivecontroller, xboxone

Microsoft stumbled into the accessibility market about three years ago, with the launch of the Xbox One Elite controller. The Elite wasn’t designed to help people with disabilities play video games — in fact, it was built for hardcore players who wa…

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Apple’s AirPower wireless charging mat could launch in March

By Accessories, airpods, airpower, apple, applewatch, engadget, gear, Headphones, iPhone, Mobile, qi, smartphone, smartwatch, wearables, wirelesscharging

Apple may be close to launching another one of the numerous products it teased last year. Sources talking to both MacOtakara and the Apple Post have claimed that the company’s AirPower wireless charging mat should ship sometime in late March, about…

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Belkin’s iPhone dongle helps you listen while you charge

By 3.5mmaudiopluschargerockstar, Accessories, belkin, dongle, engadget, gear, iPhone, iphone7, iphone7plus, iphone8, iphone8plus, iphonex, lightning, Mobile, rockstar, smartphone

Last year’s Belkin Rockstar dongle was a lifesaver for iPhone 7 owners who wanted to charge their device while doing just about anything else, but it had a problem: with two Lightning ports, you still had to add a second adapter to plug in your favor…

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Microsoft’s Surface app shows accessory battery levels

By Accessories, batterylevels, engadget, gear, Microsoft, personal computing, personalcomputing, surface, surfaceapp, surfacekeyboard, surfacepen

Microsoft’s Surface ecosystem now includes a lot of Bluetooth peripherals, including the Surface Keyboard, Surface Mouse, Surface Pen, Surface Dial, Surface Arc Mouse and others. Most of those are powered by rechargeable batteries, and so far, there’…

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Microsoft’s Modern Keyboard hides a fingerprint sensor

By Accessories, applenews, engadget, fingerprintreader, gear, keyboard, Microsoft, modernkeyboard, modernmouse, mouse, personal computing, personalcomputing, video, windows10, Wireless

Microsoft has quietly unveiled the Modern Mouse and Modern Keyboard, its next generation of Windows 10 input devices that match the latest Surface models in design and finish. Much like Apple’s keyboard, the new model has “Chiclet”-style keys and alu…

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